Minnesota’s Ilya Bryzgalov posted his second straight shutout with a 24-save effort and the Wild inched closer to the playoffs with a 1-0 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Monday. The victory all but seals up a playoff spot for Minnesota, which has 94 points and sits comfortably in the first wild-card spot, seven points ahead of idle Dallas, and eight points ahead of idle Phoenix. Charlie Coyle notched the only goal of the game for the Wild, who have won four of five. Coyle’s tally came in the second period at 1:05, as Mikko Koivu fed the puck from the right boards to the side of the net where Zach Parise pushed it to the right circle and Coyle one-timed it in for his 12th of the year. Michael Hutchinson made 16 saves in his NHL debut for the Jets, who have lost four of six. Minnesota entertains Boston in St. Paul tonight.